First of the seed orders done

  • soy bean- Envy
  • bush bean- Orca
  • Bean-Tongue of Fire
  • Pole Bean-northeaster
  • Winter Sqaush -Lady Godiva
  • -Black Futsu
  • -Delicata .
  • -Nutter Butter
  • -Waltham Butternut
  • Fortin’s Family Bean
  • Canada Crookneck Squash
  • Canadian Wonder Bean
  • Speckled Cranberry Pole Bean
  • Thibodeau du Comte Beauce Bean
  • Blue Jay Bean
  • Vegetable Spaghetti
  • Arikara Yellow Bean
  • Rattlesnake Snap Bean
  • Waltham Butternut Winter Squash
  • Musquee de Provence Winter Squash
  • Galeux d’Eysines Pumpkin
  • Oka Melon (Oka (Bizard Island Strain)

Some of these are new but many are not, about a quarter are very old Canadian based seeds tracking their roots to the local native tribes, the other quarter are very short season, expanding my home seed collections both for those times of shorter summers and also for rotational planting

The other half mostly are to match saved seeds I already have but in to small of a gene pool, in some cases, I have ordered upwards of the same thing three times over from different growers across Canada, east coast, middle and west coast and I will interplant and work on a “same seed” mini landrace program..

There are a few in there that are more for critter and fodder, then us but its all for the farm..

I am not done ordering yet.. have you started yet?



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2 Responses to First of the seed orders done

  1. Monie says:

    I’m curious which ones you use for fodder? We’ve been looking into growing fodder for our chickens, rabbits, turkeys and ducks, for starters.

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